Monday, March 20, 2006

The Time I Met the Girl That Seemed Normal But Turned Out to be a Little... Off*

Explain this to me:

There's this girl and she's usually pretty bright. She's got a respectable education. She owns her own home. She has hobbies and spectacular friends she doesn't deserve. She has a cute dog that won't hump your leg. She hasn't worried about this guy in weeks. She reads (and often understands) classic literature. She is capable of giving complicated presentations and, oddly, she enjoys it. She has a nice family. She runs races up mountains. She's even been known to carry on coherent and intelligent conversations. Imagine that.

So why, when this girl is talking to an adorable man that wants to participate in her charity event this summer does she turn into a complete and utter bumbling idiot?

Answer me that.

*This is the way he'll start the story when he tells jokes about it later.


GirlGoyle said...

...cuz she's human. LOL
Did I get the answer right? What did I win?

GirlGoyle said...

I've obviously missed a few episodes...and trying to catch up. But what happened to Aussie McDreamy?

deepThoughts said...

...Maybe because she is sort of excited/scared/hopeful/confused that probably something sweet may come out of this. Be yourself girl and shine :)

Loved the "gives complicated presentations about software and, oddly, she enjoys it". I do too!!! (and have usually felt like the odd one out - not anymore!)

Bre said...

She and I must suffer from the same disease.

well, scratch that, I don't bumble so much as become overly agreeable.

JustRun said...

I wasn't looking at it as a contest but that's a darn good answer if I ever heard it.
I will update on the Aussie story soon.

DT- Yes! There has never been a better time to be a nerd. ;-)

Bre- Haha! What an affliction. Do your friends tell you "oh it wasn't that bad" but you know it really was?

justacoolcat said...

His brain waves jam "hers".

I think she should wrap her head in tin foil before talking to him.